NEWSRLC builds twin tower office in Quezon CityPhilstar | January 18, 2016
MANILA, Philippines – Robinsons Land Corp. is developing a twin tower office building in Bridgetown, Quezon City to cater to the growing demand for business process outsourcing space.
With the Exxa and Zeta towers, RLC will have a total of 510,000 square meters of office space nationwide by 2017.
The company is ramping up construction as office space take up continues to remain very strong, particularly for BPO and office space leasing, said RLC office buildings division general manager Faraday Go.
Exxa and Zeta are identical 20-storey buildings connected by a commercial podium with retail, dining and service outlets at the first two levels.
The second floor of the podium, meanwhile, will have a direct link to Tera Tower, the recently completed office building inside the Bridgetowne development.
Go said the project would have more commercial space to give tenants retail, service and dining options.
There will also be shops offering various services like spa, clinics, banks and travel agencies.
Each tower will have approximately 35,000 sqm of leasable office space for a total gross area of 70,000 sqm while the two-level retail component will add about 4,000 sqm of leasable space.
“The project will be developed in two phases,” Go said.
RLC is targeting to complete Exxa in the second half of 2017 while Zeta is slated for completion by 2018.
Go said demand for office space in the area is very strong, given its strategic location along C-5 and Ortigas Avenue, which places Bridgetowne in a very accessible and progressive environment for business.
The area is easily accessible to the Ortigas central business district and for residents coming from Quezon City and the eastern part of Metro Manila.